The horsemeat scandal that began earlier this month is continuing to spread throughout Europe reported USA today.
Millions of packages of lasagna and other meats were pulled from retailer shelves because they contained horsemeat rather than beef reported CNN.
According to CNN the brand Findus has been selling horsemeat disguised as lasagna and hamburgers to retailers across Europe.
This has caused border tensions between France and Romania with France saying that Romania is part of a supply train that is disguising horsemeat as beef said USA today. Frances foreign minister is calling it "disgusting."
France is considering legal action against Romanian suppliers reported CNN. Evidence of an investigation reveals either fraud or gross negligence said CNN.
3 months ago horsemeat was found in hamburgers sold in Britain and Ireland which sparked the horsemeat scandal said CNN.
Although there have been no healthrisks reported, consumers are very unsettled said USA today. Horsemeat is considered taboo in Britain is only sold in specialty butcher shops in France reported USA today.
The EU commissioner for Agiculture is set to meet with Romania's foreign minister to discuss legal action reported USA today. Romania could face export restrictions and lose credibility said USA today.